- Scott Scholar
- UNO, Information Science & Technology
Dylan is from Omaha, NE and is studying cybersecurity and computer science. His junior year leadership experience includes serving as the vice president of programming for Sigma Phi Epsilon, the vice president of Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC), and a representative for the UNO Technology Resource Committee. In these roles, he planned philanthropic and social events, managed social media accounts, and fostered fraternity collaboration. His senior year, he was the senior marshall of Sigma Phi Epsilon, where he updated their bylaws, oversaw trials, and gave recommendations to the executive board. His internship experience includes working at the National Strategic Research Institute, where he has developed software for an augmented reality headset, the Hololens. He is currently writing a computer model program for Stratcom. His research experience includes working with Dr. Bill Mahoney, researching authentication tokens and authentication management software. His career interests include cybersecurity, and he hopes to work in the private contracting field.